Transitional weather skincare tips as we approach spring

The seasons are changing and so are the needs of your complexion! These skincare tips will ensure yours stays healthy and radiant as we head into spring.

Yes, there might still be a chill in the air but that doesn’t mean that spring isn’t *just* around the corner. As the weather starts to warm up, the needs of our skin change, too. If you want to make sure your complexion is happy and healthy, here are some skincare tips and adjustments to make to your routine as the seasons change.

TIP #1: Switch your moisturizer

When the weather is cold, the air is much drier, which strips your skin of the essential oils it needs to stay soft and supple. In spring, this changes, and it’s a good idea to make the switch to a more lightweight moisturizer formula as a heavier one could result in breakouts.

TIP #2: Consider your serum

As the sun starts to make its reappearance, we need to increase our protection from it. When it comes to your facial serum, we suggest looking for one that contains antioxidants. This will keep your skin safe from any free-radical (or, in this case, UV) damage.

TIP #2: Consider your serum

TIP #3: Exfoliate regularly

This is something that everyone should be doing all year round. But if you want to give your pores a spring clean, make sure you are using a chemical or physical exfoliant to get rid of dead skin cells that could be causing acne or making your complexion dull.

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TIP #4: Apply sunscreen daily

The weather might be changing but your skin’s need for sunscreen is not! In fact, it’s even more important when the temperatures rise. Keep your skin safe and prevent premature damage by applying sunscreen daily (and reapplying every few hours to maintain your protection).

TIP #5: Clean your tools

Something else that could do with a spring clean this season is your collection of beauty and skincare tools. This includes everything from makeup sponges and brushes to facial rollers. Otherwise, you might transfer bacteria and experience nasty breakouts as a result.


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